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Kleemann launches mobile impact crusher

The crusher can operate in confined areas on construction sites. (Image source: Kleemann)

The Wirtgen Group has introduced its latest model of mobile crushers 

Called the MOBIREX MR 100(i) NEO/NEOe, the crusher is an all-electric machine. It is simple to operate in confined areas on construction sites or in continuously shifting work environments. The spectrum of operations includes soft to medium-hard natural stone processing as well as a variety of recycling applications, including the processing of concrete, debris, and asphalt.

There are two versions of it. With the drive idea E-DRIVE, it may be entirely electric depending on the application region and therefore locally carbon emission-free. The machine is also offered with the tried-and-true D-DRIVE diesel-direct drive.

Impact crushers are intended to produce materials of extremely high quality, and the MOBIREX does just that. This is ensured by both the potent crushing unit, which has a 4-ledged rotor with a wide impact range and flexible ledge choices, and the optional, big, single-deck secondary screening unit, which measures 4 sq m. This enables the production of a designated final grain size. The quality of the finished product can be further improved by using an optional wind sifter.

The MOBIREX is easy to use and intuitive to understand thanks to a SPECTIVE operating system that is tailored specifically to the functions. With SPECTIVE CONNECT, operators have all necessary information on speed, consumption rates, and fill levels prepared and ready to go on a smartphone or tablet. Additionally, SPECTIVE CONNECT provides comprehensive troubleshooting tools to help with service and maintenance. The completely automated crusher gap adjustment and zero-point determination are exclusive to this machine type. Zero-point determination accounts for wear when the crusher starts up and maintains a uniform crushed product.

Beginning next year, the new impact crusher MOBIREX will be gradually launched across North America and Europe.